The ARCHive is a student blog created and managed by students at the University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design. This collection of student design work and process provides a glimpse into the creativity, innovation, and collaboration performed through all levels of the institution.
Foreign Speculations Exhibit
Come see student work from the SACD summer 2012 study abroad design studios in Amsterdam and Slovenia.
USF Tampa Campus
Marshall Student Center
Centre Gallery, 2nd floor MSC 2700
September 24 – October 4
Closing reception, October 5, 7-9 pm
NCARB at SACD
DESIGNING YOUR FUTURE:
CREATING VALUE IN YOUR CAREER
Presenter: Martin Smith, AIA, NCARB, LEED Green Assoc., Manager, IDP
Date: Monday, 15 November 2010, Noon
Location: Jury Room 4, HMS 442
Attention University of South Florida students! Join Martin Smith for a presentation about your career in architecture and licensure.
Topics will include: The entities involved in the licensure process How to progress successfully through the Intern Development Program (IDP)
Brief overview of the Architect Registration Examination (ARE) The value of the NCARB Certificate Recent changes to NCARB programs.
The presentation will also cover tips to making a successful transition from school
to work and pursuing licensure once employed. Following the presentation there
will be a question and answer session.
2010 AIAS Forum in Toronto
Two teams of Design C students win awards in the ACSA Green Communities
International Student competition. Competition Winners
Tim Keepers & Wes Bradley, design MOBILITY IN FLUX was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2008-09 Concrete Thinking for a Sustainable World – Transit Hub (Category I), International Student Design Competition. The project was completed in the Advanced Design B course taught by Vikas Mehta and myself in the fall of 2008.
The Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Institute of Architects has recognized the Franciscan Center Riverside Pavilion, designed and built by USF School of Architecture and Community Design students, with a design award. The project was awarded an Honorable Mention, Associate/Intern Category “conveyed on those projects which demonstrate a commitment to excellence in architectural design.”
The Noah Nothing Caring and Teaching House received an AIA TB Merit Honor